How to Use the Best Tea Kettle Correctly

In daily life, The Best KETTLE has become indispensable to each family kitchen supplies. Especially in winter, people like to boil water with kettle. If you use kettle everyday, these following 3 points should be paid attention to.

Choose 304 stainless steel kettle

People who often use kettle to boil water should be aware to choose the kettle. The best choice is 304 stainless steel kettle. Because the kettle on the market is generally made of high manganese steel or 304 stainless steel. However, the kettle made of high manganese steel will produce heavy metals such as manganese when boiling. So that will endanger our health with long-term drinking. Why choose food grade 304 stainless steel? Because the lead and chromium content of 304 food grade stainless steel is much lower than that of ordinary stainless steel. Therefore, when using this kind of kettle, heavy metals are difficult to dissolve in the water to avoid harm to our health.

Regularly clean the scale at the bottom of the kettle

After a period of using kettle to boil water, thick scale will appear on the bottom of the kettle. The main components of scale are calcium carbonate and magnesium hydroxide and other heavy metal substances. Using such a kettle to boil water for a long time will endanger our health. So, how to clean the scale on the bottom of the kettle?

  1. White vinegar

This method is the simplest and most practical. The main components of scale are carbonates such as calcium carbonate. The acetic acid in the vinegar will react with it to produce water-soluble substances and carbon dioxide gas. White vinegar is generally available in supermarkets. Put the white vinegar with 10% of the scale in the kettle, fill it with water, boil it for about an hour, and then scrub it. Mature vinegar is fine, but the effect is not as good as white vinegar.

  1. Baking soda

Add a spoonful of baking soda to the kettle, fill it with water, and then boil the soda in the kettle to remove the dirt. Or take 50 grams of baking soda, add 500 grams of water, mix and pour into the kettle, and then gently shake the kettle to remove the dirt in the kettle.

  1. Egg shell

Add the egg shells,fill it with water after re-clean it, and then heat it until the water boils and all the impurities are drained. Experts suggest that it is best to add water and boil once to clean the remaining impurities.

  1. Lemon slices

Fill up the kettle with water, then cut a few slices of lemon into the water. Then boil the water in the kettle. Lemon contains citric acid, which can remove scale. Pour out the boiling lemonade in the kettle, and then re-clean the kettle with clean water to remove the dirt and a hint of lemon scent.

  1. Toothpaste

Take an unused toothbrush, squeeze some toothpaste on the toothbrush, and then use the toothbrush to scrub the dirt in the kettle, or use a soft cloth to moisten some toothpaste to clean the dirt in the kettle. Experts recommend that you rinse off with water at the end.

Water in the kettle cannot reheat in many times

When people use a kettle to boil water and they cannot finish drinking that. Therefore, they may re-boil the water and drink it. In fact, this approach is wrong and harms our health. Because the boiled water that has been boiled for many times will produce a lot of nitrite. If people drink this kind of water for a long time, the nitrite in the water interacts with the human blood to form hemoglobin, which makes the blood lose its oxygen-carrying function. So do not boil water for many times, otherwise it will endanger our health.

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Ashley Macdonald
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